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Children’s & Young Adult Book Sale

Sponsored by Springfield Library Friends
Thursday, April 26 – Saturday, April 28

The Friends of the Springfield Free Public will hold their Children’s & Young Adult Book Sale on April 26–28 from 10am-4pm in the Meeting Room at the Springfield Free Public Library. The Sale will also include a selection of Costume Jewelry.

Donations for the sale will be accepted at the Library starting Sunday, April 1. All donations should be clean, well kept, children’s and YA books (hard and paperback), educational games/toys, adult paperbacks, and DVD’s, CD’s, and puzzles for all ages. No Hardcover Adult books, please.

Donations may be brought to the library’s Circulation Desk. Books in poor condition, text books, and encyclopedias are not saleable and will not be accepted. Donations of jewelry, recent popular magazines (last 3 months), and paperback books are accepted at the Circulation Desk all year long.

Please note that the Friends Full Vintage Jewelry Sale will be held in late September 2018.

All proceeds benefit the Springfield Free Public Library.

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